Title: Scars Of The Crucifix / Behind The Scars
Style: Death Metal
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Scars of the Crucifix is the seventh studio album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released on February 23, 2004, Deicide’s first album on the band’s new label Earache Records. The track Scars of the Crucifix spawned Deicide’s first ever music video, filmed in Nottingham. This was the last album to feature the Hoffman brothers on guitar, after their 17 year tenure with the group. Scars of the Crucifix" Track Info.
Scars of the Crucifix is a mind-blower. This album is another pinnacle in the Deicide collection. Since I'm now trying to build a back-collection of the American death metal that I missed in my youth, why not revisit some Deicide? Especially if it is something new and recommended by fellow metalheads. To make a long story short, SCARS OF THE CRUCIFIX is now in my collection.
Scars of the Crucifix (2004) by Deicide. Labels: Earache Records. The album would only be around 27 minutes long without it. A music video was made for the song "Scars of the Crucifix". Mephistopheles Behind The Scars Under The Skin Of Deicide A 35 Minute documentary featuring an intimate portrayal of the crazy world of Deicide.
Scars of the Crucifix. Scars of the Crucifix. This Album is pretty short at 29 minutes long, because most of the songs are very fast and brutal. I think the longest song on here is "When Heaven Burns", which goes for just over 4 minutes. The rest barely make 3 minutes.
Scars Of The Crucifix Release Date - Feb. 2004. Glen Benton- Bass Steve Asheim- Drums Brian Hoffman- Guitars Eric Hoffman- Guitars. This is Deicide's 7th studio album release. Just when i had given up the dream of a masterpiece from Deicide, a startling call from one of my friend gave me a hope that this just might put the guys back into business.
Scars of the Crucifix is the seventh studio album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released on February 23, 2004, Deicide's first album on the band's new label Earache Records. The track "Scars of the Crucifix" spawned Deicide's first ever music video, filmed in Nottingham. This was the last album to feature the Hoffman brothers on guitar, after their 17-year tenure with the group.
|Scars Of The Crucifix|
|1||Scars Of The Crucifix|
|2||Mad At God|
|3||Conquered By Sodom|
|4||Fuck Your God|
|5||When Heaven Burns|
|7||From Darkness Come|
|8||Go Now Your God Is Dead|
|Behind The Scars|
|10||Buy My Record|
|12||Deicide: The Creation|
|13||Steve At The Creation|
|14||Brian Talks Tattoos|
|16||Glen On Religion|
|18||The Scar Of The Crucifix|
|20||Leaving Las Vegas|
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There are some errors in the Behind The Scars track titles printed on the back cover: Track 14 is printed as 'Brain Talks Tattoos', and track 17 is printed as 'Early Snows'.
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